(1891–1949), black teacher, St. Louis; insurance agent, Atlanta; returned to D.C.; social economist, race relations specialist, FSA (1935–40); consultant, chief, Negro Relations Section, NYA (1940); regional affairs officer (Denver), NYA (1942); successively, field examiner, acting dir., dir. of Region IV (D.C.), FEPC (1943–45); associate exec. secy., President’s Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services (Fahy Committee), created in 1948. Born in D.C. BA, U. of Mich.
1891 November 20
1949 November 17